Checking Clearance with your hand is very important.

If you can't even get your hand (of either Gender) inside the fender well...Sorry but, Forget it!

<div style="text-align: center;">Checking Clearance with your hand is very important.</div>

Once you study this webpage and if you're still unsure about your vehicle clearance, please contact us for assistance.

Note* It is impossible for us to verify the wheel clearance of every make and model vehicle ever manufactured with various wheel / tire optional packages. Check Clearance! For our product size / model to fit your particular vehicle: IMPORTANT~ Before You Buy, Check Vehicle Clearance! It is the buyer's responsibility to check vehicle clearance prior to purchase. We are happy to talk you through this requirement. (Sorry, but we are not there to do this for you. :-)

Check your vehicle with the palm of your *man-size hand completely around the Inside of the Tire.

*Man-sized hands vary in dimensions
Typically, a man's hand measures approx 3/4"-1" at the knuckle and 7/8"-1-1/4" at the most extreme hand thickness

<div style="text-align: center;">Check your vehicle with the palm of your *man-size hand completely around the Inside of the Tire.</div>
The most common obstructions are... Strut towers Brake Lines Springs Inner wheel-well GoClaws Fasteners "Links" are 7/8" thick once installed, therefore you must have approx 1" to clear obstructions. SnoClaws Links are 5/8" thick (inner latch) once installed, therefore much better suited for tight inner fender clearance requirements. Check by Hand!

If you study this webpage and are still unsure about your vehicle clearance, please contact us for assistance. This will help eliminate any confusion, ill-feelings and future frustration experienced by both buyer and seller.

Check Vehicle Clearance

Check Clearance!
For our product model to fit your tire size:

IMPORTANT~ Before You Buy, Check Vehicle Clearance!
It is the buyer's responsibility to check vehicle clearance prior to purchase.

IMPORTANT* It is impossible for us to verify the wheel clearance of every make and model vehicle ever manufactured with various wheel / tire optional packages.

Do You have Enough Space?


Must check your vehicle by running the palm of your *man-size hand completely around the Inside of the Tire.
Note- See lower inside yellow dot in picture above for the inspection area.

If the back of your hand clears all obstructions as you rub your hand completely around the inside of the tire, you may use either SnoClaws or GoClaws!


If the back of your hand hits anything, you probably cannot use any FlexTrax GoClaws models.

If your knuckles hit, you may not use SnoClaws models.
If you can't even get your hand (of either Gender) inside the fender well...Sorry but, Forget it!

*Man-sized hands vary in dimensions
Typically, a man's hand measures approx 3/4"-1" at the knuckle and 7/8"-1-1/4" at the most extreme hand thickness


*A female can also use thick leather gloves to perform clearance check

Our Size Finder above lets you determine which size you need to fit your tire.
However, you also need to determine if it will fit your vehicle. 
For proper fit without interference, your vehicle will need approx 1 inch (25mm)
See Class "U" clearance between the tire and the vehicle to use GoClaws.

The most common obstructions are...
Strut towers

Brake Lines

Springs

Inner wheelwell

Due to limited clearance, we do NOT recommend any of the GoClaws models for small front wheel drive vehicles. However, we are launching a new SnoClaws "T" series in 2016 Season, which complies with *SAE and will enable the use of our

SnoClaws series on these vehicles with as little as .59” SAE Class "S" Clearance (See Below chart).
                                     
If you have any questions,
Please Contact Us:

Contact Details:
2765 Michigan Ave Road NE
Cleveland , TN 37323
Phone: 423-244-8454

Fax: 423-790-7368

tony@flextrax.com

Miscelaneous Pictures

Back Ground Prior to diving into this huge undertaking, Tony had served as a Regional Expert in Commercial / Industrial Automated Conveyor and Hydraulic Systems. Local Factories would call him into their plant to solve any process and engineering issues, and he soon became known as the Local “Problem Solver.” As a direct result of this, many of Tony’s Innovations were implemented and operated successfully for over 20 years without any problems. During this time, and serving as an out-sourced contracted engineer, he was unable to patent any of these innovations and only received his fees from the clients upon completion of the process and / or systems. At this juncture of his life, Tony decided to create something for himself and reap the long- term financial reward from his efforts, and the Alternative to outdated Tire Chains seemed to be his calling. He first began the research and study of the inherent dynamics of chains mounted to tires. This to better understand how to best solve for the system flaws in effort to ultimately improve on their outdated design.

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